Submissions now accepted for Fort Gallery juried photography show

Deadline to apply for ‘altered spaces: interventions in the landscape’ June 21

The Fort Gallery invites artists to apply for their 2018 juried photography exhibition, altered spaces: interventions in the landscape.

The show, running July 25 to Aug. 19, will explore themes of human intervention and intrusion in the wilderness.

Artists may submit a maximum of three photographs or photo-based artworks electronically for adjudication to the Fort Gallery at fortgallery@hotmail.com by Thursday, June 21.

HOW TO APPLY

1. Complete an online artist submission form, available at http://www.fortgallery.ca/altered-spaces-interventions-in-the-landscape-2018-juried-photography-exhibition.html, and pay the jury fee of $30 ($20 for Fort Gallery Society members).

2. Send a separate email to fortgallery@hotmail.com with digital (jpeg, jpg) images of up to three pieces of original photographs or photo-based artworks.



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